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Meet The Operations Team

Lisa-Ann Roura, BS, C-TAGME

Graduate Medical Education Coordinator

Ms. Roura grew up in the great city of Chicago, Illinois. After graduating from Eastern Illinois University in Charleston, Illinois in 1995, Ms. Roura spent time as a swim coach and lifeguard before joining the Peace Corps in 1997. From 1997 to 1999, she devoted her time in the Peace Corps to teaching agroforestry to the native farmers in San Luis Jilotepeque, Jalapa, Guatemala. Her career in Graduate Medical Education (GME) began in 2001 as a Transitional Year Residency Coordinator at Resurrection Medical Center in Chicago and progressed with taking on the coordinator role at Providence St. Peter Family Medicine in Olympia, Washington in 2008. Ms. Roura was presented with the opportunity to diversify her GME experience in 2016 to help start up a rural training program in Chehalis, Washington. Since then, she has helped to grow the Chehalis Family Medicine program as well as invest in new coordinators as part of her role in AFMA and WWAMI.

Jamacca Larman, CMA

Clinic Supervisor, Chehalis Family Medicine

Ms. Larman grew up in the military, traveling all over the US and Europe. In 1998, her family was stationed at Fort Lewis. where she graduated High School and stayed local. After graduating from South Puget Sound Community College in 2008, Jamacca joined Providence as a Medical Assistant in 2009. After 5 years, she became a Lead Medical Assistant. After 10 years, as a Lead, she transitioned into a supervisor role at Chehalis Family Medicine. She enjoys spending time with her family and being outdoors. Jamacca enjoys training and helping the residency. She continues to participate as an active committee member at South Puget Sound Community College with their Medical Assistant Program.

Gabi Niess

Clinic Manager, St. Peter Family Medicine and Chehalis Family Medicine

Ms. Niess grew up in warm Davis, California. After graduating from the University of California, Davis, she immediately commissioned as an officer in the United States Army and started her career as a healthcare administrator. Her first duty assignment was in Wiesbaden, Germany where she worked for the 1st Armored Division and was the Executive Director of the Wiesbaden Health Clinic. Ms. Niess completed a 20 year career in the military with duty assignments in Fort Campbell, For Sam Houston and Fort Lewis, all in positions of providing medical support and delivering healthcare to soldiers and their families. This is her first position since retiring from the military, a new caregiver to Providence, and she is excited to bring her experience and training from the military to our organization. Ms. Niess is married and has two children. Her family loves exploring the outdoors of the beautiful Pacific North West and she can be found most weekends cheering on her kids on the soccer field.